Rent Roll For Sale


Buy or Sell Your Rent Roll with Confidence

Are you looking to buy or sell your rent roll in Australia? Look no further than our experienced team at Pendium Advisory. We specialize in connecting buyers and sellers of rent rolls, Whether you are a buyer or seller, our team at Pendium Advisory is here to assist you every step of the way.

Why Choose Us?

With over 10 years of experience in the industry, we understand the ins and outs of buying and selling rent rolls in Australia. Our team is committed to providing personalized service and expert guidance to ensure a successful transaction.

Our Services

For Sellers: If you’re looking to sell your rent roll, we offer a comprehensive package that includes a valuation of your portfolio, marketing your rent roll to potential buyers, and negotiating the best possible price for you.

For Buyers: If you’re interested in buying a rent roll, we can assist you in finding the right portfolio to suit your needs and budget. We’ll also provide support throughout the buying process, from due diligence to settlement.

Alternatively, if you’re looking to buy a real estate business or rent roll, our extensive industry network, processes, and experience puts us in the position to source you the kind of asset that will secure your objectives in the short and long term. We’ll analyse your existing portfolio for opportunity and fulfil your brief with the best fit to maximise the value of your business.

Why Rent Rolls Are A Smart Investment

Investing in a rent roll can be a smart financial move for many reasons. A rent roll provides a steady stream of passive income that can grow over time as you acquire more properties. Additionally, a rent roll can be a valuable asset that can increase in value over time.

If you’re interested in buying or selling a rent roll in Australia, our team at Pendium Advisory is here to help.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A rent roll is a comprehensive register of rental properties managed by a property management company or landlord. It includes key details such as property addresses, tenant information, lease terms, and rental payment history. A rent roll is a vital tool for tracking rental income and effectively managing properties.

To value a rent roll, the Pendium Advisory team uses a valuation methodology in line with industry practice. This method calculates the annual commission received by the real estate agency over one year (excluding extra fees like admin and letting fees) and applies a multiple (approximately 2.0 – 3.3 times) over the management fees of the rent roll. This multiplier is determined through an analysis of sales of similar rent rolls and adjusted to account for any differences. These adjustments can be made to one or more of the following:

The market rent of the properties that are being managed

the level of ancillary income being charged

the average commission being charged

the vacancy rate

the level of arrears

key staff experience and tenure

documentation and files

sales evidence and demand in the marketplace

Many factors influence rent roll values, including the number of rental properties managed, average weekly rent, type and condition of properties, occupancy rates, term of contracts, management fees, geographical spread, property to landlord ratio, additional fees and charges, arrears rates, vacancy rates, staff and wages, economic factors, supply and demand, and compliance with legislation. These factors impact the financial performance, growth potential, and overall market value of the rent roll. They need to be considered and interpreted by an experienced and qualified valuer.

Rent roll valuations are beneficial for various parties:

Property Owners: They help determine the value of the rent roll for sale or investment decisions.

Real Estate Agencies: They can evaluate performance and optimize processes based on the valuation.

Property Investors: Rent roll valuations assist in assessing the value and potential returns.

Financial Institutions: They evaluate collateral and the rent roll’s ability to repay loans.

Business Buyers: Valuations aid in evaluating potential acquisitions.

Accountants and Financial Advisors: They use rent roll valuations for financial planning and analysis purposes.

Regulatory Bodies and Government Agencies: Rent roll valuations ensure compliance and monitor market stability.